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Commander of Tennessee-based naval center is fired after investigation


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WASHINGTON — The commander of a Tennessee-based naval center was fired Wednesday after a command investigation into a complaint, the Navy said.

Capt. Scott Moss, the commanding officer of Navy Operational Support Center in Knoxville, was relieved “due to a loss of confidence” in his ability to command, according to a Navy statement Wednesday. He was fired by Capt. Dale Maxey, commander of Navy Region Southeast Reserve Component Command Jacksonville in Florida.

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